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London School of Economics and Political Science, MS 2002
University of Cambridge, M.A. Cantab 2000

Current Companies

Board Director
EVP, Digital
Board Observer
Board Advisor

Former Companies

CEO & Co - Founder
Non-Executive Director
Co - Founder / VP, EMEA Studios & Publishing

Financial Organizations

Co-Founder and Partner

Web Presences


Kristian Segerstrale

Kristian Segerstrale is chief executive officer and Co - Founder of Playfish, one of the largest and fastest growing social games companies in the world. As an experienced games entrepreneur, Kristian brings strategic vision and expertise in leadership of creative teams and corporate growth to the company.

Prior to founding Playfish in late 2007, Kristian was a Co - Founder and later Managing Director of Europe, Middle East and Asia (EMEA) for Glu Mobile (NASDAQ: GLUU), a leading global publisher of mobile games. During his 6-year tenure he successfully directed product development, sales, marketing and technology operations across Europe, and expanded Glu’s reach by opening regional offices in France, Germany, Spain and Italy. Kristian also forged key licensor relationship across Europe with leading companies such as Konami, Celador and Codemasters among others.

Kristian holds a Masters of Science Degree in Economics from London School of Economics.

An Undergraduate Degree in Economics from Cambridge University.

Recent Milestones


Company Date Round Size Participants
LoopMe 3/2014Seed$3M3



  1. LoopMe Closes $3M From Holtzbrinck, Open Ocean For Its Mobile Ad In-Box ( [edit]
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